ALONG with your experiment! The participants in this group of junior scientists are
high school students who meet at the Science and Chemistry Labs
of the school once a week. The main activity of this group is
carrying out various Science and Chemistry experiments beyond
the ones that are already integrated in the curriculum. Discussing
the above experiments and presenting them to the wide public
are also part of the work.
This activity aims at familiarizing students with the research
process so that they can reckon the catalytic role of technology
in the transmission of knowledge. Kids cultivate their sense
of awareness, enrich their knowledge of Science and learn how
to interpret daily phenomena on a scientific basis.
The results of the team's work are either presented at a special
event or published at the official website of Ellinogermaniki
Afternoon classes of German
(for pupils of all grades)
German is covered through the morning program. Students are
taught German daily for one or two hours, depending on the level.
Children are streamed into levels according to their ability.
The aim is to learn to attain fluency and obtain, when the age
is right, the certificates issued by the Goethe Institute and
to prepare for the KMK Deutches Sprachdiplom der Kultusminister
Konferenz exams. These exams, along with the students' Lyceum
diploma ensures their admission to German Universities without
the requirement of additional language exams. For those cases
where a student needs additional help, either to accelerate
for a certificate or to cover more effectively the syllabus
of his/her level, the school offers the option of afternoon
classes of English(for pupils of all grades)
Teaching English is our basic priority. Our aim is to teach
the children to use the language effectively, communicate fluently
but also obtain the Michigan and/or Cambridge certificates,
when the age and knowledge permit.
Teaching English starts in the 3rd grade of Primary school.
In high-school and Lyceum students are divided in levels of
ability and the classes are homogeneous and small. There are
support classes which run in the afternoon, that complement
and accelerate learning. Afternoon classes are also small in
numbers and students are again streamed according to level of
knowledge and aims. Afternoon classes are taught by teachers
of the morning program, who are familiar with the needs of the
students and thus have a more complete picture of their performance.